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March 2019

Russian Spring Weekend in Cambridge: 29th-31st March 2019

Friday 29 March, 13:00 - Sunday 31 March, 13:00
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, Storey's Way
Cambridge, CB3 0DG United Kingdom
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Following the popularity of the Russian Residential Summer Schools in Cambridge, we are now launching a Russian Residential Weekend in spring 2019. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore a new, unique format of an intensive Russian course, and combine it with the pleasure of meeting like-minded people in a friendly atmosphere. Dates and Times: 29-31 March 2019: From lunch at 12:00 on Friday 29th March till 13:30 on Sunday 31st March. Target audience: higher intermediate and advanced students of…

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May 2019

‘The unknown beauty of the Trubetzkoy Palace’ by André-Marc Delocque-Fourcaud

Friday 17 May, 19:00 - 20:30
The Webb Library, 31 Jesus Lane
Cambridge, CB5 8BJ
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Unnamed portrait by Fyodor Botkin We are delighted to welcome André-Marc Delocque-Fourcaud who is a writer, curator and keeper of the legacy of his grandfather - prominent Russian art collector of late 19th and beginning of 20 century Sergei Shchukin. André-Marc Delocque-Fourcaud is the President La Collection Chtchoukine Foundation and Associate curator of the forthcoming exhibition ‘Dance with Shchukin’ which will take place at The Pushkin Museum Moscow June-September 2019. He co-authored the recent publication ‘The Collector: The Story of…

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Crimea: A History. Talk by Prof Neil Kent

Friday 24 May, 19:00 - 20:30
Old Library, Pembroke College, Trumpington Street
Cambridge, CB2 1RF United Kingdom
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Livadiya Palace, Yalta, 2018 We are delighted to welcome Neil Kent to talk about his research which laid the foundation for his publication Crimea: A History. This is a highly detailed study brilliantly depicting the multi-ethnic and multi-religious character of Crimea, from the time of the Russian Empire, as part of the Soviet Union, post-Soviet times up to the recent annexation of Crimea by Russia. Neil's book recounts the history of the Crimea over three millennia. A crossroads between Europe…

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